A reproduction of an Old Babylonian tablet unearthed by Sir Leonard Woolley in the ruins of UR in the 1920s. The oldest known example of musical notation, this tablet is known as the "Tuning Tablet" because it provided the necessary break through in understanding ancient Sumerian musical scales, demonstrating that Sumerian musicians used a cyclical system of diatonic tuning as early as 2100 BC.
Nag Hammadi Codices : A New Interpretive Approach
Ancient Resource: Ancient Papyrus Scroll Fragments for Sale
Hieratic Papyrus Fragment dunsmore9 Updated: 7/18/2015 Ebay
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Papyrus manuscript of the Epistle to the Romans, it contains Romans 8:12-22.24-27; 8:33-9:3.5-9. Found in Egypt, dates from around 250 AD and is located at the Cambridge University Library in the England.
Papyrus manuscript fragments of the Gospel of John from an early copy of a New Testament in Greek. The surviving texts of John are verses 1:29-35; 1:40-46. Found at Oxyrhynchus, Egypt, dates from around 250 AD and it is currently housed at the Papyrology Rooms of the Sackler Library at Oxford with the shelf number P. Oxy. 4445.
Papyrus manuscript fragments of the Epistle to the Ephesians. It contains Ephesians 4:16-29; 4:31-5:13. Dates from around 250 AD, found in Egypt and was purchased for the Yale University Library.
Papyrus manuscript fragments of the Epistle of James from an ancient copy of a New Testament in Greek. The surviving texts of James are verses 3:13-4:4; 4:9-5:1. Found Oxyrhynchus, Egypt, dates from around 300 AD. The manuscript is currently housed at the Ashmolean Museum (P. Oxy. 4449) at Oxford.
Papyrus manuscript fragments of the First Epistle to the Corinthians from an early copy of the New Testament in Greek. The surviving verses are 1 Corinthians 14:31-34; 15:3-6. Found in Egypt, dates from around 350 AD and is located in the Sackler Library in the University of Oxford England.